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Peti

Peti provides companionship to Tilly — an older mare who is ex-FFF and very fond of him. 

Peti leads a very happy life and is very proud of his good looks, despite only having one eye. 

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Peppy

Peppy is an experienced 15yo mare who needs a kind, quiet but confident rider to keep her listening. She is mischievous and forward moving with a very sensitive mouth. Peppy has responded well to leg aids and is an easy keeper. Bit-less is her preferred style. If you think you can give Miss Peppy the right home, please come meet her.

Penny

This little chestnut mare was impounded at Mareeba Animal Refuge. When no one came to claim her, she was put up for auction. After a conversation with the ladies from Feathers and Fur who were also looking out for her, FFF secured her future and she came home to the farm for assessment.

Christened Penny, she was initially quiet when in a pen, very frightened and non-trusting of humans when they enter.

We are slowly building up trust with Penny and she has now settled in well although she has a long way to go with her weight and health.
Thankfully, Penny has been fortunate to secure a sponsor to support her through rehabilitation. We are confident that with her nature, she will make a great programs pony. 

Mia

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Mia is a cracking little brumby mare standing at roughly 14.2hh.

She has heaves, which can be likened to asthma in humans. She is allergic to mold and cannot eat hay. Mia is a lovely ride with absolutely no nasties. She adores being fussed over and has taught many children to ride. Mia will remain with FFF and when we have gotten her nice and healthy, she will be made part of our community based programs. 

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Buddy

Buddy is a handsome chestnut thoroughbred that needs to learn some strategies for his anxiety as he can be hot under saddle.

You may notice his sweat patches; Buddy suffers from hypo-hydrosis (also know as anhidrosis) meaning he does not sweat properly, so cannot shed heat. We will be treating this with frequency therapy, acupuncture and homeopathics. Once we have worked with Buddy on self-control, and he is healthy and happy, he will be available for re-homing.  To date his treatments are working well, now to just check how he goes in the summer to be sure he is shedding heat through sweat like any other horse.

Regular donations could help Buddy move through rehabilitation and retraining at a quicker space. Would you like to give a personal touch to his journey and become a sponsor? 

Assorted Poultry

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